In this edition: We visit a life-sized Barbie house in Berlin, British Arcitect Sir Norman Foster exhibits his favorite art, the maiden voyage of the luxury liner MS Europa II, going green with bicycles, and boxing as good training for business people.
This edition of World Stories opens in South Africa where an abused mother tells her story. In Iceland, specialists from the world are learning how to use geothermal energy, Mongolians are reviving the traditional sport of anklebone shooting, a Guatemalan park director enlists squatters to help him bring save the rain forest, and farms in New Zealand are breeding deer for hunting and deer velvet.
The Cannes Film Festival kicks off with a new adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby", and Arts.21 is there. We also meet the remarkable performers of the play "Disabled Theater", take a look at the work of multi-talented designer Henry van de Velde and check out an opera production that has caused outrage.
In this edition: We take a look at the centuries-old traditions Bavarians still practice at Pentecost, visit an amateur vintner in Saxony Anhalt who makes award-winning wine, and go back four decades, to the time children's program Sesame Street made its debut on German TV.